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Ok, well we will run the fuel pressure bleed down test again and then my friend will take a look at the fuel pump itself to see if it's mounted correctly.
I know your mechanic said fuel pressure was good, but I would like to see how long it holds pressure for when you turn the car off. If it drops any faster then the you have a pressure problem from the fuel pressure regulator and maybe the repair kit was not done right.As far as starting right up some times is a intermintent thing from the fuel presure regulator.
The first night I was stranded on a hill,it wouldn't start at all, he tapped on it while I was cranking and it started right up.
I just recently realized that it always give me trouble when parked on a hill, facing up the the hill. What happens is that the fuel pressure regulator keeps the fuel pump from building up enough fuel pressure after the car has been sitting, which will give you the long crank time to get the car started. Today he primed and primed and got the engine flooded and as soon as he pulled the fuel pressure regulator fuse it started right up. And if I can't get it started the first time, it will give me LOTS of problems trying to start again. The only time it will definitely start right up is if I've just started it and then turned it off. The only time it will definitely start right up is if I've just started it and then turned it off.


I think when the fuel pump repair kit was done, they may have discarded this one o-ring that you need to reuse.Let me know, thanks Jay! He's a friend of mine and has his garage like a block from my house so he can do all of this tonight.
When I got it back, let it sit a half hour and it was sluggish starting though it did start. Right now it's parked on a street (i moved it in neutral off of the hill to a flat surface) and it will crank and crank but won't start.
I would have this checked to verify by installing a fuel pressure gauge on the car and watching the fuel pressure. I got a hold of the guy who put on the fuel pump, he said he put the O ring on that came with the repair kit but made no mention of anything else.
I tried cranking and pushing the gas pedal to the floor and it seemed like it wanted to start but it still won't catch. Should I replace them, and why are they coming loose so easily, though the didn't seem that loose when I wiggled them? If you find it has a hard to building pressure you need this kit.If you have any more questions on this, please feel free to ask.
The only time that is guaranteed is if I start it right after getting it started and killing the engine. It's not coming up with any computer codes,and my mechanic couldn't get it to duplicate the problem.


A month ago I took it to my regular mechanic and he determined coolant sensors were acting up, though they threw no code at first only after it was in the shop.
The fuel pump repair kit has already been installed.---***Update, coolant sensors replaced-car flooding itself. He says the Crank sensor should be acting up mainly when the engine is hot and not when it's been sitting a while which is the case with my car. He says the Crank sensor should be acting up mainly when the engine is hot and not when it's been sitting a while which is the case with my car. Since I posted the first time, it went to a mechanic and the coolant sensors were out of whack and they were replaced as it was flooding itself. Since I posted the first time, it went to a mechanic and the coolant sensors were out of whack and they were replaced as it was flooding itself (spark plugs replaced then). Usually it's a long crank now or have to turn key twice or won't start at all.It gets worse the more it's driven as in next day very hard to start. My mechanic says the CPS would act up most when it's hot and he said also the car is running fine so he doesn't think that is it.



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